Google Earth is a free program from Google that allows you to explore satellite images showing the cities and landscapes of Nova Scotia and all of North America in fantastic detail. It works on your desktop computer, tablet, or mobile phone. The images in many areas are detailed enough that you can see houses, vehicles and even people on a city street. Google Earth is free and easy-to-use.
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If you are interested in Nova Scotia and the geography of Canada, our large laminated map of North America might be just what you need. It is a large political map of North America that also shows many of the continent's physical features in color and shaded relief. Major lakes, rivers, cities, roads, country/province/territory boundaries, coastlines and surrounding islands are all shown on the map.
Nova Scotia Cities:
Amherst, Annapolis Royal, Antigonish, Argyle, Arichat, Aylesford, Baddock, Barrington, Bay St. Lawrence, Bear River, Bedford, Bickerton West, Big Pond, Bridgetown, Bridgewater, Caledonia, Canso, Cape George, Chester, Cheticamp, Cheverie, Church Point, Clark's Harbour, Dalhousie West, Dartmouth, Debert, Dingwall, Eastern Passage, Economy, Fourchu, Freeport, Gabarus, Glace Bay, Goldboro, Goshen, Grand Etang, Grand River, Granville Ferry, Great Village, Greenwood, Greton Cove, Guysborough, Halifax, Hebron, Hopewell, Ingonish, Ingonish Beach, Inverness, Iona, Italy Cross, Joggins, Judique, Kentville, Kingsport, Lahave, L'ardoise, Larrys River, Liscomb, Liverpool, Lockeport, Louisbourg, Lower Woods Harbour, Lunenburg, Mabou, Maccan, Main-a-Dieu, Margaree Forks, Margaree Harbour, Margaretsville, Marion Bridge, Meaghers Grant, Meat Cove, Melrose, Meteghan, Middle Musquodoboit, Middleton, Mill Village, Milton, Mount Uniacke, Musq. Harbour, Musquodoboit Harbour, Neil's Harbour, New Germany, New Glasgow, New Ross, New Waterford, Nime Mile River, Northport, Orangedale, Oxford, Parrsboro, Pictou, Port Greville, Port Hawkesbury, Port Hood, Port Morien, Port Mouton, Preston, Pubnico, Pugwash, River John, Sable River, Salmon River, Sambro, Sheet Harbour, Shelburne, Sherbrooke, Shubenacadie, St. Perer's, Stellarton, Stewiacke, Sunny Brea, Sydney, Sydney Mines, Tangier, Tatamagouche, Tidnish, Trafalgas, Trenton, Truro, Tusket, Upper Musquodoboit, Wallace, Wedgeport, West Bay Road, Westville, Weymouth, Digby, Windsor, and Yarmouth.
Nova Scotia Lakes, Rivers and Locations:
Ainslie Lake, Annapolis Basin, Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Fundy, Bras d'Or Lake, Cabot Strait, Chedabucto Bay, Gaspereau Lake, Governor Lake, Great Pubnico Lake, Gulf of Maine, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Jordan Bay, Kejimkujik Lake, Lake Ainslie, Lake Rossignol, Mabou Harbour, Minas Basin, Northumberland Strait, Panuke Lake, Sherbrooke Lake, St. Anns Bay, St. Marys Bay, and West St. Marys River.
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